Erika Beasley

Beasley Media Group has announced that Erika Beasley has been promoted to Vice President of Digital Content at Beasley Media Group.

Beasley most recently served as the Corporate Digital Content Director for Local Markets since 2019. In her new role, she will be responsible for overseeing content creation on the company’s many digital platforms.

Previously, Beasley served as the Vice President and Market Manager of the Company’s stations in Fayetteville, North Carolina, including WKML-FM, WZFX-FM, WFLB-FM, WUKS-FM and WAZZ-AM. In addition, she held sales manager positions at several radio stations within Beasley’s Tampa and Philadelphia market clusters.

“Erika’s outstanding work throughout the years, in variety of different roles, speaks for itself,” said Beasley Media Group Chief Content Officer Justin Chase. “Her many contributions to the company’s digital transformation has moved us forward in profound ways. I look forward to Erika partnering with our Vice President of Digital Market, Jennifer Williams, and the company’s highly talented digital content team to further expand our digital footprint.”

“It has been such a great experience working with our talented teams driving content success at the local level,” said Beasley. “Thank you to Justin Chase, Lori Burgess and Jennifer Williams for supporting me in this position. I look forward to continuing to grow our reach within the communities we serve.”

The broadcast veteran is a graduate of the National Association of Broadcasters’ (NAB) Broadcast Leadership Training Class of 2017 as well as the BMI & Radio Advertising Bureau’s Rising Through The Ranks program, where she received the first-ever Mentoring and Inspiring Women in Radio Group’s (MIW) “Rising Star Award”. In addition, Beasley has served on the boards of several industry and community organizations, including the North Carolina Association of Broadcasters, the United Way of Cumberland County, the Methodist University Board of Visitors and the Fayetteville Kiwanis Club.

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